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Elegantly Illuminate Your Patio, Walkway or Yard with Self-Sustaining Solar Lighting

July 25, 2012 Leave a comment

Gama Sonic GS-113W Flora Solar Lamp, Wall MountThe Flora Solar Lamp, Wall Mount from Gama Sonic is an upscale replacement for old and outdated wall mounted gas lamps or low voltage lights. Gama Sonic uses a patented cone reflector technology to display the light from 6 super bright white LEDs when illuminated. The lantern has a classic gas lamp design along with an antique bronze finish and spiraling floral pattern wrapping around the beveled glass. The Flora Solar Lamp is powered by a rechargeable Li-Ion battery which is charged daily by the solar panel located at the top of the lantern and will provide up to 12 hours of illumination at night. Through the use of environmentally friendly solar energy, the Flora Lamp is completely self sustaining, though it’s important to make sure it’s setup where it can receive direct sunlight in the daytime. Setup of the Flora Solar Lamp is convenient because it offers a lot more options due to not requiring electricity or wiring during the install. The Flora Solar Lamp is constructed of powder-coated cast-aluminum making it rust and weather resistant meaning it requires no maintenance on the users end. It will turn on automatically as the day turns to night and then turn off automatically come dawn. For convenience there is a manual on/off switch.
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Turn electronics on or off – from anywhere

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Vending Machine-Style Refrigerator Holds and Dispenses Up To 10 Cans

July 25, 2012 Leave a comment

Koolatron VF02 Blue 10 Can Vending Fridge, Blue
Wouldn’t it be cool to have your very own vending machine filled with whatever canned drinks you so choose to fill it with? With the Koolatron 10 Can Vending Fridge you can! This mini Vending Fridge stands 18.25 inches tall and features an interior microcomputer that runs the machines cooling and vending systems. Cans are chilled quietly to 32°F below the ambient room temperature using a thermoelectric cooling system. The Vending Fridge plugs into a standard 120V household electrical outlet and will consume 65W of power. Inside the Vending Fridge there are 2 dispensing sections that each hold up to 4 cans while an additional 2 can be stored in the pre-chilling section. The front display window opens from the right side and allows for 2 cans to be displayed, using suction cups, so users will know what beverage dispenses from each section.
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